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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the health care industry expects to add 5.6 million jobs by the year 2020. Becoming a health administrator, however, requires proper education. University of Phoenix offers curricula that are aligned with industry standards and taught by faculty members who’ve spent an average of 19 years putting those standards into practice in business settings.
University of Phoenix is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives Higher Education Network (ACHE/HEN), the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA).
Want to make health care your business? Learn how we prepare you.
(Develop a foundation in health administration concepts)
Associate of Arts concentrations*
Health Administration with a Health and Wellness Administration Foundations Certificate
Health Care Administration
Health Administration/Electronic Health Records Fundamentals (Certificate Track)
Health Administration/Medical Records (Certificate Track)
Electronic Health Records
Health Care Administration/Medical Records
Health and Wellness Administration
(Transition into a health administration career)
By selecting our certificate option, you can earn two credentials by the time you graduate. Choose to take career-focused courses earlier in your undergraduate degree program, and earn a certificate as well as your diploma. Or, you can opt to complete your associate degree en route to your bachelor’s degree.
(Upon successful completion, you’ll receive a certificate as well as your degree.)
(Expand your role — or increase your opportunities)
Master of Health Administration
Master of Health Administration/Education
Master of Health Administration/Gerontology
Master of Health Administration/Informatics
Master of Health Administration/Sustainability Management
Master of Health Administration and Master of Business Administration
Master in Health Administration and Business Administration with concentration in Gerontology
Master of Health Administration and Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management
Master of Health Administration and Business Administration with a concentration in Informatics
Master of Health Administration and Business Administration with a concentration in Project Management
Master of Health Administration and Business Administration with a concentration in Sustainability Management
*Maryland residents completing undergraduate degree programs will earn an emphasis rather than a concentration in a particular area of study.
Reference: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, “Employment Projections: 2010-2020 Summary,” http://bls.gov/news.release/ecopro.nr0.htm.
There’s more to health care than direct patient care. Watch this video to learn how we help you develop the skills needed to explore your opportunities.